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Corona will also be on the monsoon session of Parliament in August, expected in September

Corona will also be on the monsoon session of Parliament in August, expected in September

New Delhi The speed of the corona virus is increasing rapidly, its heat is also seen on the monsoon session of Parliament. In view of the rising corona virus outbreak across the country, it is feared that the monsoon session of Parliament, which starts in August, may be held in September. Officials associated with this case have given this information.

According to people involved in the matter, India’s top legislative officials, including Rajya Sabha Chairman M. Venkaiah Naidu and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, are keeping a close watch on the situation in Corona in the capital Delhi to fix a date for the session. However, in the last few weeks, there has been an improvement in the condition of Corona in Delhi, which is like a silver lining in a way. But there is still a big fight in Delhi. Not only this, it is necessary to control the corona in other parts of the country, so that the presence of the Member of Parliament can be done.

Under the Indian Constitution, there can be no difference of more than six months between the end of one Parliament session and the beginning of the next. Therefore, 23 September is the last date for Parliament to start the monsoon session. Let us know that on March 23, two days before the end of the budget session, a nationwide lockdown of 68 days was announced.

According to the officials involved in the planning of the Parliament session, once the dates are finalized, they will take at least four weeks to implement the system.

On the condition of anonymity, an official said that the monsoon session in August looks very dire. Both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha Secretariat have discussed options for sitting with the government. They are yet to be finalized. As soon as the Union Cabinet decides, it will take about four weeks to make necessary arrangements for the Parliament session.

According to the officials, many challenges will have to be faced in arranging the Parliament session. A special Kovid-19 arrangement will be needed to schedule the session, ranging from the sitting of MPs to deciding the time of proceedings in Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha, observing social distancing during the session and most importantly gathering less attention. will be kept. It is expected that work will be done in the shift to avoid congestion.

According to sources, this monsoon session may be of short days. In this, while the emphasis of the government will be to pass the pending bill, on the other hand, the opposition can push for a debate on the corona virus epidemic and the Sino-India border dispute.